Kent is one of the most famous wine-growing region located south-east in England known as the ‘Garden of England’, the English county of Kent also lays claim to some of the leading wine producers in the country. The region's most planted white grapes are the Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and the hybrid German grapes Bacchus and Ortega. The climate is very favourable for the production of quality white and sparkling wine with a relatively warmer climate, compared to the rest part of the country and most of the vineyards having south orientation. The region's fame is coming mainly because of the outstanding sparkling wines which are made according to the Champagne method with 2nd fermentation in the bottle. The Kent sparkling wines are among the best in the world competing with well established Sparkling wine producers like France, Italy and Spain. And that is the reason one of the biggest champagne houses from France to make investments in Kent, believing that the region will be the next sparkling star.